NBC Announces Fall 2017 Schedule: What's on the Move?

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NBC has announced its Fall 2017 schedule, and there are a lot of shows on the move. 

The most shocking move has got to be This Is Us, which is moving from Tuesday nights to Thursday night. 

A Rocky Relationship - This Is Us

In case you've been living under a rock, This Is Us was the biggest new series of the 2017-2018 season, averaging 9.8 million viewers and a 2.7 rating among adults 18-49. 

The move is a risky one, so it should be interesting to see if it pays off. Speaking of Thursday nights: Will & Grace will make its return on that night, leading into softly rated, Great News. 

Will & Grace Revival Poster

Great News is now in one of the most protected timeslots on television. Former Thursday drama, Chicago Med is not on the fall schedule.

The Blacklist is moving to Wednesdays to take over the slot vacated by Blindspot, which is on the move to Fridays with Taken. 

Meanwhile, Superstore and The Good Place are moving to Tuesday nights and will likely take advantage of a solid lead-in from The Voice. 

Obesessed With Justice - Chicago Justice

Also missing from the schedule: Chicago Justice which has yet to be renewed or canceled. 

Have a look below at the full Fall 2017 schedule.

MONDAY

8 pm The Voice

10 pm THE BRAVE

TUESDAY

8 pm The Voice

9 pm Superstore (new time slot)

9: 30 pm The Good Place (new time slot)

10 pm Chicago Fire 

Hanging On a Rescue - Chicago Fire

WEDNESDAY

8 pm The Blacklist (new time slot)

9 pm Law & Order: SVU

10 pm Chicago P.D.

THURSDAY

8 pm WILL & GRACE

8:30 Great News (new time slot)

9 pm This Is Us (new time slot)

10 pm LAW & ORDER TRUE CRIME: THE MENENDEZ MURDERS

A Huge Breakthrough - Blindspot

FRIDAY

8 pm Blindspot (new time slot)

9 pm Taken (new time slot)

10 pm Dateline

SATURDAY

8 pm Dateline Mysteries

10 pm Saturday Night Live (encores)

SUNDAY

7 pm Football Night in America

8:20 pm NBC Sunday Night Football

Over to you, TV Fanatics. What do you think about the new schedule?

Sound off below!

Paul Dailly is a staff writer for TV Fanatic. Follow him on Twitter.

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